Membrane technology refers to a number of different, characteristic separation processes. In each of them a membrane is used to separate suspended or dissolved solids from water.
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification process that removes impurities and minerals from water by forcing a concentrated solution, such as salt water, through a semipermeable membrane. This semipermeable membranes allows only the water molecules through and stops other molecules.
Ultrafiltration is pressure-driven purification process in which water is forced through an ultrafine membrane to remove contaminants completely, from solids to bacteria and viruses
Membrane Technology Benefits
Lower Energy Requirements
Reduced Production Costs
Sterilize Heat Sensitive Material
100% Removal Pathogens
Ability to Replace Conventional Processes
Fast with Low Space Requirement